Eh, So What - Part 6
Agenda 2030 - Goals 13-15
Goal 13 - Take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts.
Although all Agenda 21 chapters relate to climate change and the need for the whole world to change because of it, Chapter 9 is more specific to this dire future event. It states that governments, with United Nations (UN) cooperation, should promote more scientific research into climate change including the collection and assessment of data, and of course involvement by scientists. There is the technocracy.
Goal 13 is more "urgent", requiring the integration of climate change measures into national policies and planning, indoctrinating humans on the problem (meaning frightening them more), and of course, using the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCC) as the primary international intergovernmental forum for negotiating the global response to climate change. The UN needs this to justify global governance and changing to a resource based economy. Even the Executive Secretary of UNFCCC, Christiana Figueres admits the intent is to change the economy. The UN Climate Change Conference (COP21) with be held November 30-December 11, bringing UN members together for a final push for a global agreement on climate change. If you have any doubt about climate change they will have special session to educate you on your misconception. This is it, how to finalize and bring Agenda 2030 to full fruition.
A former Greenpeace (one of the more radical UN environmental groups) director, Patrick Moore, rips the fraud of climate change to shreds in this speech. There is no such thing caused by human beings, climate change is a natural phenomenon, and his speech is also based on science. All of the science that climate change is human caused comes out of the UN. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) was established by the United Nations Environmental Program (UNEP) in 1988 just prior to the release of Agenda 21 in 1992. UN NGO, Union for Concerned Scientists (UCS), is putting forth disputed science supporting catastrophic climate change as a result of humans. Would this be akin to the fox watching the hen house? Regardless of which way the reader sees the issue, there is clear evidence that the UN is using climate change as a ruse to change human behavior and the economy.
There are reputable scientists who have research disputing the UN notion of climate change. 31, 487 scientists have signed a petition disputing UN claims of climate change, including from Idaho. While NASA reports an increase of antarctic ice respected scientists from that group have disputed climate change. The CATO Institute also found science that was missing in the National Assessment on climate change by the U.S. Global Change Research Program. With all the UN's massive cry for preparing cities to be under water, one just has to think for a minute. Fill a glass with ice, add water to the top. Wait until the ice melts. The contents of the glass do not increase, there is no water flooding over the glass.
Goal 14 - Conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas, and marine resources for sustainable development.
Chapter 17 in Agenda 21 covers oceans and seas. The goal is integrating management and sustainable development of coastal areas, conserve marine living resources, and strengthen international, including regional, cooperation to achieve sustainable development.
Much of Goal 14 focuses on environmental protection of oceans by regulating pollution and the harvesting of fish, conserving coastal and marine areas, sharing marine technology, and implementing international law. The law they are referring to is the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) which defines the rights and responsibilities of nations in their use of oceans. The U.S. recognizes the UNCLOS as a codification of customary international law but has not ratified it. Although the U.S. Department of State supports the ratification of this international law, there is significant resistance by Congress due to its "...environmental regulatory and judicial enforcement provisions..." and "...need to amend US federal environmental, wildlife, chemicals and offshore drilling laws and/or regulations in order to implement the international legal obligations...". As with other international laws there is removal of U.S. sovereignty. Because of this, at least as of today, the U.S. is saved from more UN control, but it will come.
Goal 15 - Protect, restore and promote sustainable use of terrestrial ecosystems, sustainably manage forests, combat desertification, and halt and reverse land degradation and halt biodiversity loss.
Chapters 10, 11, 12, 13 and 15 all cover ecosystems, forests, desertification, degradation and biodiversity loss. Essentially the goal of these chapters have been to lock up land from use, push humans into human settlements, take over resources, and put that land in the hands of the UN.
Goal 15 reiterates the need to preserve land, out of human hands, and protected from human use. A variety of methods have been used to aggressively accomplish this in America. Designated wilderness areas, national monuments, conservation easements, and open space boundaries around cities are just a few overt tactics but the more hidden agenda is using seized land as a patchwork to eventually create huge swaths of land that are protected from human use. Here is a document highlighting what is being done in the west.
There has also been success by the UN in taking over the management of our forests. Through certification schemes and UN non-governmental organizations (NGO), America's forests are being managed under UN ideology and standards in partnership with the U.S. Forest Service and other federal agencies. Here is a document that describes how it is done.
To read more about our forests go to the August 2015 archives, a 5 part series on Welcome to the United Nations of Idaho Forests, 8/17-8/19.
The UN is determined to do something about decertification which they define as land degradation in arid areas as a result of climatic variations, human activities, political, social, cultural and economic factors. Their goal is to prevent decertification and repair it which they solve by bringing together a bunch of governments to regulate it. Since 2001 the U.S. Department of State has committed your tax dollar to fighting land degradation in the world in support of the UN goals. What is so insane about this is a simple solution by one man to stop land degradation, even though he holds the belief in climate change. This short video explains the method.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) is the offender behind conservation planning for biodiversity. USFWS has been known to partner with UN NGOs such as the Nature Conservancy. The U.S. Department of State declared its support for the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. In the third to the last paragraph in this lengthy declaration the USFWS will promote this cause. They also work on an international level.
Climate change, destroying the earth, and its your fault. The UN must pull the world together to solve these problems and in taking over all of the earth's resources these elites will manage them for you, making sure you don't further ruin the earth or take more than your fair share.
Eh, so what? In spite of disputing science it is important to believe climate change is human caused, is real, and freedom must be sacrificed for future generations. It should be left up to scientists and evidence, and one governance, on how resources are allocated. The oceans and all water should be left to nature for protection. All land should be returned to its natural state or there will be no land left.
Goals 16 and 17 will be covered in the next post.
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